Núria Ferré

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The anxiolytic effects of ethanol (EtOH) have been involved in the vulnerability to EtOH drinking in humans. However, the role of the anxiolytic effects of EtOH during a chronic ingestion of the drug has not been extensively addressed, either in humans or in animal models. Since it was first shown that EtOH interacts with the N-methyl-d-aspartate (NMDA)(More)
We have previously shown differences on learning processes between alcohol drinking and non-alcohol drinking rats. Underlying these effects, functional differences in the septo-hippocampal pathway were hypothesized. We have performed a dose-response study for intrahippocampal nicotine (CA1) on acquisition and extinction of the lever-press response and(More)
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